• Filmed and Not Forgotten

    4th August 2015 marks 101 years since Britain entered World War I. Our HLF project, Filmed and Not Forgotten, is now live on Google Cultural Institute: an exhibition of a small but important collection of films made in communities across Yorkshire just before, during or after the War. During the project, curator Martin Watts identified over 100 people that appear in the films, discovering some amazing and poignant stories. 

    Visit the Filmed and Not Forgotten exhibition 

  • In honour of the Great Yorkshire Fringe ...

    The Great Yorkshire Fringe, a 10-day comedy and entertainment festival, is currently taking York by storm.  YFA hold a number of amateur comedy films, and this is one of our favourites: cine group Leeds Mercury Movie Makers' 1967 spoof of the original Batman television series.  If you're a fan of slapstick, this one's definitely for you!

    Watch 'Fatman'

  • YFA and NEFA - now on Facebook!

    The Yorkshire Film Archive and our sister-archive, North East Film Archive, are now on Facebook!  

    Click here to visit our page and keep up-to-date with the latest news.

  • The Bunker Experience

    There are still some tickets - free! - available for Vespertine:The Bunker Experience on 22nd July. English Heritage's little-known but gripping time-capsule, The York Cold War Bunker, provides the back-drop for archive film footage, curated by YFA's Andy Burns, set to immersive site-responsive soundscapes.

    Find out more

YFA Selects

Made by the Impossible Theatre group, this film tells the story of two superheroes who uncover a dangerous mob, lead by the...
This film is a comedic short about a couple as they get ready to go out for an evening.  It is based on the Mackintosh's...
Made my Alan Sidi, member of the Mercury Movie Makers, this film is a light-hearted, slapstick comedy about what happens when two...
Filmed and Not Forgotten